The DCS665 is one of only four video inspection systems on the market with an IP67 waterproof grip and monitor as well as an IP67 waterproof camera-tipped probe. The other systems include another recording model DCS660A and General's real-time (non-recording) video systems DCS600A and DCS605.
The DCS665 comes with a 5.5mm diameter x 1m (3.3 ft.) long, close-focus probe with a depth of field of 1.2 to 2.4 in. (30 to 60mm).
The Wet/Dry Scope’s water tightness makes the system ideal for plumbing-related tasks like inspecting water or sewer lines carrying running water. The system also can be used to inspect parts of boats, ships or bridges just below the surface. Because the entire unit is impervious to water you can use it freely around water without worrying about accidentally “dunking” the grip and monitor. No other camera scope with an integral monitor—other than the DCS600A, DCS605 and DCS660A — is completely watertight.
Operated in real-time video mode, the Recording Wet/Dry Scope uses only three of the five control buttons to execute five functions; powering on/off, 1 to 4X zoom, increasing and decreasing brightness, and inverting the field of view, making it very easy to learn to use. Video within the probe’s field of view is displayed on a large, crystal-clear 3.5 in. (89mm) diagonal color LCD.
Alternatively, recorded video can be viewed on an NTSC- or PAL-format television by utilizing the included A/V cable. The scope’s recording capabilities make it possible to document—with high-resolution videos and images—what the probe “sees.”
Pressing the front-panel imaging button activates the image storage function. You can record and store either a still image or an AVI video (depending on how you configure the button) of the probe's field of view on a 4GB Micro SD memory card supplied with the system. The same button is used to view (play back) recorded images and videos on the unit’s LCD. Alternatively, recorded images and videos can be viewed on a larger screen by ejecting the SD card and plugging it into a laptop or desktop PC, or by connecting the scope to a PC via the included USB cable.
Ideal for plumbing-related applications including the real-time video inspection and documentation of drains, water lines and sewer lines carrying running water and for boat owners, divers and snorkelers for underwater inspection without the worry of dropping or “dunking” the grip or monitor. Other “waterproof” inspection systems lack watertight grips and monitors.
CAMERA TIPPED PROBE
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